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WP Slider Plugin

WordPress Slider Plugin is a beautifully designed and an elegant plugin. It's simple, very easy to use, modern and responsive slider plugin.

32 reviews
Average Rating
4 stars
4.3 out of 5 stars
3 stars
Where's the shortcode info?
By , for WP 3.9.1

Ive installed but cant find any notes on how to use a shortcode to inset in a page.

There's a note how to use in a template but no shortcode info.

5 stars
Great Plugnin
By , for WP 3.9.1

Great plugin. Awesome skins and HTML option is very usful.

5 stars
PERFECT PLUGIN - GREAT SUPPORT
By , for WP 3.8.3

Great plugin with fast, efficient support! Very easy to use in the wordpress interface!

2 stars
Free Version Is Not Attractive Using Twenty Ten Child Theme
By , for WP 3.9

1. There isn't any place to add a caption.
2. You cannot search the WordPress Media Library, just scroll page by page.
3. There was a lot of empty white space under each image followed by a gray box that was empty.

5 stars
Fabulous!!
By , for WP 3.7.1

Fantastic job, thank you for all of your work.

One suggestion - allowing us to style the slider would be great. Default is a white border with border radius, not everyone's cup of tea :)

Thanks again :)

5 stars
Works well with Genesis
By , for WP 3.7.1

Have used WP Slider Plugin with various custom Genesis Framework child Themes and it works very well. Highly recommended.

1 star
Html slider not working
By , for WP 3.5.2

when i try creating html slides slides are shown bt their is not content visible

1 star
HTML Slides Don't work on Free Version
By , for WP 3.6.1

Created HTML slides and the plugin tries to insert images.

5 stars
wp-slider
By ,

Amazing free version. Fantastic premium package. Very easy to handle, even for a Newbie.Great support.

4 stars
Awesome but inline code no thanks
By , for WP 3.6

This plugin works awesomely well compared to most free wp-plugins, have not yet found any bugs.

However some things to consider for a 5 star rating from me, best practice on the web today:

* No inline CSS / JavaScript unless you have an extraordinary good reason.
Tip: You can link to a js.php file and put header('content-type: text/javascript');, write the file through php OR simply write the dynamic stuff in a <input type="hidden" /> in the page - if you need to add stuff from server side that is.

* Put JavaScript files in the end of <body>

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